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Serengeti Camp welcomed to Newmark Collection

Serengeti Camp welcomed to Newmark Collection
The opportunity to witness the Serengeti’s great wildebeest migration – one of Africa’s most awe-inspiring occurrences – with unimaginable proximity to nature, is now offered by Newmark Hotels, Residences, Reserves & Lodges.

The distinguished hotel property group has acquired Serengeti Explorer Camp. which changes location within Serengeti National Park twice a year, following the masses of wildebeest and other animals. Newmark will officially take over the ownership and management in April, adding to its portfolio of top-end hotels, reserves, residences and lodges in Africa.

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Guests will be able to enjoy the wildebeest migration by either safari vehicle or hot air balloon

The camp comprises 12 spacious, private tents, each offering ‘glamping’ accommodation, and are ideally suited to both couples and families. To mark the beginning of a new chapter, Newmark will be carrying out a soft refurbishment on the existing accommodation by introducing new décor and fittings. The overhaul is set to be complete by July, and will include the introduction of neutral tones, wooden features and African-inspired patterns, which perfectly complement the camp’s striking surroundings in each of its two locations.

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Spectacular al fresco evenings are just one of the many pleasures at Serengeti Explorer Camp

From 15 December to 31 March, the camp is located in the Ndutu region on the park’s border, near to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. From 1 June to 31 October the camp is situated in the Lobo region in the northern part of the park, closer to the Kenyan border,

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The migratory nature of the camp allows for unmatched game viewing opportunities

Given the migratory nature of the Serengeti Explorer Camp, it allows for unmatched game viewing opportunities, which can be enjoyed by safari vehicle or hot air balloon. Ensuring that children have an equally thrilling experience at the camp, the Rafiki Explorer Club is offered as an added value to families travelling with chidren aged six to 15.

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A luxury ‘glamping’ experience awaits guests from all over the world

“I can confidently say that a visit to Serengeti Explorer Camp will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” said Neil Markovitz. “As we eagerly anticpate the arrival of guests from around the world, we also look to the future and envision spectacular opportunities for our guests to experience Tanzania’s diversity by combining a visit to Serengeti Explorer Camp with a trip to our chic island destination, Chuini Zanzibar BeachLodge. We take pride in offering guests a premier experience at each of our properties and are excited to do so with greater reach in Eastern Africa,”

www.newmarkhotels.com

About The Author

Mike Cowton

Michael Cowton, an outdoors writer, editor and photographer with a passion for nature-based travel and wildlife. He is a former editor of EcoTravel, Outdoor Pursuits, Camping, Lakeland Walker and Which Motorcaravan magazines, and national newspaper journalist.

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